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Dallas sports anchor delivers perfect speech to Michael Sam's critics
Many people are applauding Dale Hansen. He called out the anonymous NFL officials in Sports Illustrated's much-criticized Michael Sam story. Sam, Missouri's All-American defensive end and SEC's defensive player of the year, came out to the world on Sunday. Several NFL officials told Sports Illustrated it will hurt him on draft day because a gay player wouldn't be welcomed in an NFL locker room.
During the newscast Hansen said in part, "Players caught in hotel rooms with illegal drugs and prostitutes? We know they're welcome. Players accused of rape and paid the woman to go away. You lie to police trying to cover up a murder. We're comfortable with that. You love another man? Well now you've gone too far."
Hansen went on to say, "I'm not always comfortable when a man tells me he's gay. I don't understand his world. But I do understand that he's part of mine."
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Comcast agrees to buy Time Warner Cable for $45.2 billion
Comcast Corp. agreed to acquire Time Warner Cable Inc. for $45.2 billion, combining the two largest U.S. cable companies in an all-stock transaction. The deal, which would combine the largest and second-largest U.S. cable companies, still needs to be approved by the Federal Communications Commission. Time Warner Cable is a large provider in the Tri-State area, and a lot of people are wondering how it will affect service for customers.
Nick Goepper, Team USA sweep Men's Ski Slopestyle
WHO-DEY. Team USA won gold, silver AND bronze for a sweep in the Olympic debut of men's ski slopestyle. Joss Christensen won gold, Gus Kenworthy took silver and Lawrenceburg, Ind. native Nick Goepper won the bronze. Several big Cincinnati names reached out to Goepper to wish him luck, including Skyline Chili, Reds and Bengals.
'Tinder' hook-ups are off the hook in Olympic Village
Jamie Anderson, the American snowboarder who won gold in the slopestyle event, says the dating app 'Tinder' is amazing in Sochi. Anderson told U.S. Weekly, "Tinder in the Olympic Village is next level. It's all athletes! In the mountain village it's all athletes. It's hilarious. There are some cuties on there."
Anderson said she had to remind herself to keep the eyes on the prize. "There was a point where I had to be like OK, this is way too distracting," she said of using the app. "I deleted my account to focus on the Olympics."
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